Camco curved leveler

Discussion in 'Leveling Your Camper' started by Dstinnett875, Jul 3, 2020.

  1. DiamondGirl

    DiamondGirl Well-Known Member

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    This is a wonderful idea if you’re using the Camco or Andersen curved leveler.
    It was posted in someone’s review on Amazon. Looks very simple to make.

    1. 2x6 piece of wood
    2. Sand and cover wood with polyurethane to protect against water damage.
    3. Add anti-slip tape and or 6x30 Anti-slip stair treads tape.
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    That's a good idea for soft surfaces or if you need that side raised up between 2"- 6". I think I would have a 2nd board for the other side in case i needed less than 2 inches up on the low side. Personally, I think an 8" wide piece of a horse stall mat would last longer and not weigh as much. Both options would have their uses.
     
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    I’ve heard some folks using a pieces of horse stall mat. Mainly to protect their tires from the hot ground. Unfortunately that costs more than the board option for us since we have scrap wood and left over polyurethane from other projects. The only thing I’d need is the anti-slip adhesive tape or sticker.

    Both options seem like a good idea.

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    I agree about the cost. I have tons of wood and wood finish (former cabinet maker and still a hobby woodworker) around. I made outrigger stabilizers out of 1-1/2 red oak instead of 2x4s just because it was what I had that I was willing to use for it and it didn't cost anything.
     
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    A little late to this but I also have the camco curved levelers. They work well for our TT. I too looked at the Anderson's but decided to save a couple bucks. I'm plenty happy with them.
     
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